International cooperation needed to lessen climate's impact on workers
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The Phillippine has called for stronger international cooperation to ensure the welfare of workers and ensure labor productivity as they face the impacts of climate change.
Brago, P.L. (2016, June 23). International cooperation needed to lessen climate's impact on workers. The Philippine Star, p. B6.
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Climatic changes; Climate; Greenhouse effect; Climate Vulnerable Forum (CVF); International Labor Conference; Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE); International Labor Organization (ILO); Permanent Missions to the United Nations; World Health Organization; International Organization for Migration; UN Development Program; Baldoz, Rosalinda; Alvarado, Carlos; Rebong, Cecilia
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